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Korea Culture ‏@Korea__Culture  1월 5일 한복 꽃신 Korea Culture http://koreafood.tistory.com/m/post/129

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Ancient China: Making a "Bamboo" Scroll at Marie's Pastiche. Fine tip markers, thread, and popsicle sticks are transformed into an ancient chinese scroll with this extraordinary craft.

Ancient China: Making a "Bamboo" Scroll at Marie's Pastiche. Fine tip markers, thread, and popsicle sticks are transformed into an ancient chinese scroll with this extraordinary craft.

{South Korea / 한국 flag}

{South Korea / 한국 flag}

Taerye or Great Ritual in a Korean wedding symbolizes the linking of 2 families, instead of the joining of the bride and groom. And the classic Korean costume Hanbok tend to be in a range of colors and various kinds of fabrics. and worn by Korean bride and groom as well as children for over 2,000 years.

Taerye or Great Ritual in a Korean wedding symbolizes the linking of 2 families, instead of the joining of the bride and groom. And the classic Korean costume Hanbok tend to be in a range of colors and various kinds of fabrics. and worn by Korean bride and groom as well as children for over 2,000 years.

查看《二十四节气应用书法 北京灵鹿创意作品》原图,原图尺寸:315x2648

查看《二十四节气应用书法 北京灵鹿创意作品》原图,原图尺寸:315x2648

How To Draw Korean Eye by TanyaGreece on deviantART

How To Draw Korean Eye by TanyaGreece on deviantART

Hanbok (Korean Dress)

Hanbok (Korean Dress)

zither harp #music #instruments #harp http://www.pinterest.com/TheHitman14/music-instruments/

zither harp #music #instruments #harp http://www.pinterest.com/TheHitman14/music-instruments/

Hongshan culture (4700 to 3000 BCE) blossomed in what is now the Liaoning Province of the North East China and the eastern areas of Inner Mongolia. These artifacts are made of jade ( whose hardness on the Mohs scale is 7.00-similar to quartz, superior to pocketknife- 5.1;  knife blades or window glass plates- 5.5 and close to hardened steel-7.5-8.00!!!)

Hongshan culture (4700 to 3000 BCE) blossomed in what is now the Liaoning Province of the North East China and the eastern areas of Inner Mongolia. These artifacts are made of jade ( whose hardness on the Mohs scale is 7.00-similar to quartz, superior to pocketknife- 5.1; knife blades or window glass plates- 5.5 and close to hardened steel-7.5-8.00!!!)

Byeon Sang-byeok, “Myojakdo [Painting of Cats and Sparrows]” (ca. mid-18th century)

Byeon Sang-byeok, “Myojakdo [Painting of Cats and Sparrows]” (ca. mid-18th century)

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